By M. R. Cutkosky

ISBN-10: 146846891X

ISBN-13: 9781468468915

ISBN-10: 1468468936

ISBN-13: 9781468468939

When somebody alternatives up a steel half and clamps it within the chuck of a lathe, he starts off along with his arm, proceeds together with his wrist and finishes together with his hands. The arm brings the half close to the chuck. The wrist positions the half, giving it the correct orientation to slip in. After the half is inserted, the wrist and arms make tiny corrections to make sure that it really is competently seated. cutting-edge robotic making an attempt an identical operations is at a grave drawback if it has to make all motions with the arm. the next paintings investigates using robot wrists and arms to aid business robots practice the effective motions wanted in a steel operating phone. Chapters 1 and a couple of are an advent to the sphere and a evaluation of prior investigations on comparable matters. Little paintings has been performed on greedy and wonderful manipulation with a robotic hand or wrist, however the similar topics of robotic arm dynamics and keep an eye on have an in depth literature.

Show description

Read or Download Robotic Grasping and Fine Manipulation PDF

Best robotics & automation books

Download e-book for iPad: Automating manufacturing systems with PLCs by Hugh Jack

A detailed exam of producing regulate platforms utilizing based layout equipment. subject matters contain ladder good judgment and different IEC 61131 criteria, wiring, conversation, analog IO, dependent programming, and communications. Allen Bradley PLCs are used broadly in the course of the e-book, however the formal layout equipment are acceptable to so much different PLC manufacturers.

Read e-book online Direct-Drive Robots: Theory and Practice PDF

This e-book describes the layout suggestion and discusses the keep an eye on concerns on the topic of the functionality of a direct-drive robotic, in particular, a direct-drive mechanical arm able to sporting as much as 10 kilograms, at 10 meters in keeping with moment, accelerating at five G (a unit of acceleration equivalent to the acceleration of gravity).

Download e-book for kindle: Afro-European Conference for Industrial Advancement: by Ajith Abraham, Pavel Krömer, Vaclav Snasel

This quantity includes authorized papers provided at AECIA2014, the 1st overseas Afro-European convention for business development. the purpose of AECIA used to be to assemble the major specialists in addition to very good younger researchers from Africa, Europe, and the remainder of the realm to disseminate most up-to-date effects from a variety of fields of engineering, info, and conversation applied sciences.

Download PDF by Albert C. J. Luo: Analytical Routes to Chaos in Nonlinear Engineering

Nonlinear difficulties are of curiosity to engineers, physicists and mathematicians and plenty of different scientists simply because so much structures are inherently nonlinear in nature. As nonlinear equations are tricky to unravel, nonlinear platforms are as a rule approximated by means of linear equations. This works good as much as a few accuracy and a few diversity for the enter values, yet a few attention-grabbing phenomena comparable to chaos and singularities are hidden via linearization and perturbation research.

Additional resources for Robotic Grasping and Fine Manipulation

Example text

In practice. 11 inches or more. For calibration, the wrist is placed on a CNC machine tool, which moves the upper platform while the sensor readings are recorded and used to determine the least-squares pseudoinverse of the calibration matrix. Hydraulic system The hydraulic system for controlling the wrist is illustrated in Figure 4-3. The wrist is not a servo-controlled device, but the fluid volume in each sphere can be adjusted once or twice a second. The adjustment of the spheres is essentially multiplexed, using a single motor and piston for adding or removing fluid.

The time dependence is least for polishing operations and greatest for heavy grinding. No harm is done if a robot slows down or pauses while it polishes a part with a wire brushing wheel. On the other hand, if the robot slows down or pauses while it grinds the edge of a casting. the grinding tool will gouge the surface. In between are tasks such as sanding; slowing down has little effect, but pausing produces circular marks on the object. 2. Grinding and routing have much in common with robotic arc- 25 welding because a welding robot must vary its speed to deposit more or less weld material as the weld seam widens and narrows.

E ........ j. ••. j. ••. j.. j.. j.......... . 0 Distanca along nominal trajectory (inchas) c z. i.. 0 is - - - Robot path o 0 Robot acceptable points • • • . • . 0 Figure 4-9: Tracking a misaligned straight contour -- no predictor Stat 1st ics: No. of previous points used for prediction No. of steps required for 9 inch contour No. 015 inches - - - Robot path o a Robot acceptable points . . . 0 Figure 4-10: Tracking a misaligned straight contour -- two point predictor 51 ~ i. 0 StatisticS: No.

Download PDF sample

Robotic Grasping and Fine Manipulation by M. R. Cutkosky

by Robert

Rated 4.68 of 5 – based on 7 votes